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MEAP Edition Manning Early Access Program Node.js in Action version 16

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PART 1: NODE FUNDAMENTALS
Chapter 1: Welcome to Node.js Chapter 2: Building a multi-room chat application Chapter 3: Node programming fundamentals

PART 2: WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT WITH NODE
Chapter 4: Buiding Node web applications Chapter 5: Storing Node application data Chapter 6: Testing Node applications Chapter 7: Connect Chapter 8: Connect’s built-in
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uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices." In this chapter, we'll look at: Why JavaScript matters for server side development How the browser handles I/O using JavaScript How Node handles I/O on the server What are DIRTy applications and why they are a good fit for Node A sampling of a few basic Node programs Let's first turn our attention to JavaScript...

1.1 Built on JavaScript
For better or worse JavaScript is the world’s most popular programming language6 . If you have done any programming for the web, it is unavoidable. JavaScript, because of the sheer reach of the web, is the "write once, run anywhere" dream that Java had back in the 1990s.
Footnote 6m"JavaScript: Your New Overlord” - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Trurfqh_6fQ

Around the "Ajax revolution" in 2005, JavaScript went from being a "toy" language to something people

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